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2004 Mercury Mountaineer Transmission Problems and Repair Histories

21 TrueDelta members own a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer. 5 of these members (23.8%) have reported transmission and drivetrain repairs for their car. A total of 5 transmission and drivetrain repairs to 2004 Mercury Mountaineers--an average of 0.2 per vehicle--have been reported.

See our lemon odds and nada odds page for more details. To see how frequently 2004 Mercury Mountaineer problems occur, check out our car reliability stats.

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Don't infer 2004 Mercury Mountaineer problem frequency from what you see on this page. Many lucky owners have had no repairs, and their cars are not shown.

Percentage of 2004 Mercury Mountaineer repairs by problem area

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18% of the 2004 Mercury Mountaineer repairs were to the engine, 18% to the transmission, 36% to the suspension, 21% to the electrical or air-conditioning systems, and 7% to other areas of the vehicle.

Chart based on 28 repairs.

2004 Mercury Mountaineer transmission and drivetrain repair cost distribution

Of the 2004 Mercury Mountaineer transmission and drivetrain repairs that were not covered by warranty and were not do-it-yourself repairs, 17% cost between $100 and $499, 67% between $500 and $999, and 17% between $1000 and $2499.

Chart based on 6 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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Repair costs are in local units.

2004 Mercury Mountaineer 4dr SUV

239-horsepower 4.6L V8 5-speed automatic AWD

Mercury Mountaineer in Colorado, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Jul 2010 107000    
111000 703 Replaced all bearings, seals, rear end housing, and ajdusted the ring gear and pinion. Grooved axle unnoticed in previous repair causing seal failure. The loss of lubricant caused the failure of wheel bearings. Required replacement of carrier bearings, wheel bearings, ring gear and pinion, and all seals. 
 
Mercury Mountaineer in Virginia, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Dec 2009 105000    
107000 350 Planetary gear came loose in the t/case and started to break links on the chain. I have pics send email, if wanted. Replaced with a used unit by the aftermarket warrantee company 
 
Mercury Mountaineer in Rhode Island, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
Sep 2008 70000    
73000 0 Pinion seal leaking and rear axle seal leaking 
167000  

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2004 Mercury Mountaineer 4dr SUV

210-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic AWD

Mercury Mountaineer in New York, United States
Date Odometer
(in miles)
Cost Problem/Repair Description
500 REPLACE BALL JOINTS AND FRONT PINION SEAL 
 

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